The Council is proud to be supporting the “Clean for the Queen” campaign which is taking place from now until the beginning of March.
This Friday sees a momentous occasion for Sky Blues fans and Coventrians, as the City of Coventry and the worlds of football and broadcasting unite to celebrate the life of Jimmy Hill.
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A thought-provoking photographic exhibition has been put up in one of the busiest sport centres in the city to help promote fostering.
The Council’s Instagram page now has 250 followers.
The Herbert Art Gallery and Museum is running a workshop on the work of Edgar Degas for Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 pupils.
For SENCOs, Inclusion Managers or staff with responsibility for pupils with SLCN.
What are your school's plans for International Women's Week?
Two exciting launch events have recently taken place for a new initiative to get Coventry workplaces more active.
Youngsters from Howes Primary visited the BAM Construct UK site to see progress on the £37m state of the art Coventry University Science and Health Building.
A Coventry car park could be given a new lease of life, helping to regenerate part of the city centre and continue the city’s universities’ success story.
Amanda Atkins and Kris Townshend have been presented with the Coventry Good Citizen Award for going above and beyond when it came to their high standard of support to an end of life patient.
A magical evening this week will see Coventry libraries transformed into Hogwarts for a book night with a Harry Potter theme.
Two Independent Members sought to scrutinise the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner.
The Council wants to encourage anyone not yet registered to vote, to take advantage of National Voter Registration Drive this week.
Coventry City Council has received initial support for a Heritage Lottery Fund Townscape Heritage grant, which will enable work to progress plans for the regeneration of The Burges.
Coventry has been ranked in the top 10 cities in the UK for innovation and housing stock growth.
City students have achieved record exam results but the Cabinet Member for Education says there will be no complacency as the drive to improve schools continues.
The owner of a Mobile phone shop in Coventry pleaded guilty Nuneaton Magistrates court yesterday following a raid on his shop Mass Mobiles in Stoney Stanton Road last year.
Coventry City Council has confirmed that the UK’s biggest free family music festival will once again return to the War Memorial Park from 1-3 July.
The regeneration of a key area of the city centre has taken a major step forward.
This Friday 22 January brings the official opening of the new Edgewick Community Primary School after a £5 million Education Capital Grant investment by Coventry City Council.
GO2, organisers of Decathlon Coventry’s Half Marathon are reminding runners that they only have a matter of weeks until the event on Sunday 28 February and the final spaces are selling out fast.
One of our Business Administration Apprentices beat off stiff competition this week to win an award.
Coventry will join communities across the UK next week to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day.
A global singing superstar will headline the new Mela Coventry, an exciting two-day South Asian cultural festival, at the Ricoh Arena in August.
Coventry’s Tree Wardens have been making a difference this winter by selling mistletoe found on Council-owned trees and selling the bunches to raise money for the Lord Mayor’s charities.
The new Bermuda Park and Coventry Arena stations will open on Monday (18 January).
Perhaps you may be thinking ahead to World Book Day on Thursday 3 March or to Children’s Book Week from Monday 2 May?